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Caring for Seniors, Caring for the Community: Caring Transitions

By Gayle Irwin "It's not just about a business, it's about honoring and caring for others," Kendra Good says about her company Caring Transitions....more>

The Assassination - THE CONCLUSION!!!

"Wait a minute, Anna, hang up the phone!" Roy exclaimed. Anna had already begun to call an ambulance for Jason, but clicked the phone off with a questioning look. ...more>

Family Finance

Women, You've Come a Long Way but the Journey Isn't Over

March is Women's History Month, and since women began officially celebrating their political, economic and social achievements over a century ago, they have made significant strides in these areas....more>

The Assassination - Part IX

Jonathan knew Elijah and Roy would be able to help him free Jason, but from what he'd overheard from the other side of the hidden door he was trying to get through, he knew he couldn't wait to find them before attempting it himself. He...more>

Gentle Virtues


Donned in aprons, my 11-year-old daughter, Marcelle, and I prepare for dinner. Being that it's Marcelle's first time to make cornbread, I go over the instructions with her....more>

The Assassination - Part VIII

The "endless" hallway (June 05). Have a man in black who is evil looking ( I like the one from Dec 05, but his eyes need to show, so whatever you can find) -- make sure it's really obvious that he has red hair!! -- standing in the hallway. ...more>

Marriage and Family

Life's Thermostats

Back in high school, we had some family friends who also worked with our church youth group. This family was originally from Wisconsin and absolutely loved water sports....more>

The Assassination - Part VII

Jonathan pretended not to hear whoever it was that called him. He knew that getting himself worked up would not help at all. I...more>

Around Our Town: Wyoming Medical Center


The Season for Sneezin' Here are the answers to your seasonal allergies Nothing is quite as delightful this time of year as a field of wildflowers in bloom…unless of course you have allergies....more>

The Assassination - Part VI

"Dad," Anna Cohen said, relieved that Jonathan was home to answer the phone, "Elijah and Roy still aren't back." ...more>
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Cool Kids

Making and Sharing Beautiful Music: Ana and Rachel Merchant

By Gayle M. Irwin You may have seen these two young ladies around town, playing music during the Downtown Farmer's Market, at the National Historic Trails Center or various fundraising events....more>

The Assassination - Part V

Roy gave Elijah a call at 4:00 AM, as wide awake as ever, surprising coming from Roy, but by no means unwelcome since Elijah had been up all night, anyway. ...more>

Around Our Town: Game and Fish Article

WYOMING HUNTING AND FISHING EXPO CONTEST KICKS OFF FOR WYOMING STUDENTS CHEYENNE – With the Poster, Poetry, and Essay competition now underway, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is encouraging students across Wyoming to participate in this exciting learning opportunity for teachers and students....more>

The Assassination - Part IV

As soon as the Pattersons left Elijah's house, Elijah got right back to work and worked twice as fast to make up for lost time....more>

Around Our Town: Fort Caspar Museum

Museum Installs New Exhibit

PRESS Release For Immediate Release Contact: Richard L. Young, Museum Manager ryoung@cityofcasperwy....more>

Safety Pro

House Safety Tour – the Bathroom

If not the most popular room in the house, the bathroom is certainly one of the most visited of all the rooms....more>
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Cover Family

Enjoying the Game of Football and Life: The Matt & Dawn Strand Family

By Gayle Irwine Nearly 10 years after he first stepped into the role of quarterback for the Wyoming Cavalry, Matt Strand continues to enjoy the game....more>

Lawn and Garden

Spring in Your Garden

Judging from last month I think spring isn't just on its way, I think it has already arrived. March this year was one of the warmest I have seen....more>

Casper Critters

Dealing with the Loss of a Pet

By Gayle M. Irwin One of the most difficult aspects of being a pet owner is dealing with the loss of a beloved companion....more>

Legally Speaking

Pill Splitting: A Dangerous Practice

With the cost of medications soaring, many people engage in a practice known as "pill splitting." Pill splitting is just what it sounds like—splitting a large pill into smaller pieces that contain a smaller dose of the drug....more>

Andrew's Secret – Part V

Not sure what's going on? Read previous installments of Andrew's Secret in our online archive....more>

Andrew's Secret Part IV

So far . . . In a small Wyoming town called Wagon Wheel a man has made a sudden mystery appearance....more>

Andrew's Secret part III

So far . . . In a small Wyoming town called Wagon Wheel a man has made a sudden mystery appearance....more>

Andrew's Secret part II

Last month . . . In a small Wyoming town called Wagon Wheel a young man has made a sudden mystery appearance....more>

Andrew's Secret part I

March 28, 2004 Distant, quiet, echoing voices . . . ringing, loud ringing . . . throbbing, thumping, Andrew didn't know what was happening....more>
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